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January 1, 2004

Crick In The Neck

I frequently see a condition colloquially labeled as a crick in the neck. This occurs most frequently in autumn when the weather begins to cool down. This Vancouver massage therapist gives an excellent explanation of the condition along with a home care regimen.

It is usually a neurological over-reaction to a relatively minor problem. This is common because the human nervous system plays it safe with the spine: better to immobilize you than risk any serious harm to your spinal column.

I have very good results working on this condition and can usually clear it in two to three half hour sessions.



Posted by linda at January 1, 2004 10:13 AM

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